Mihika Basu The Indian Express Group
Sunday 11 November '12Savera run by the Maharashtra State Women''s Council has an associated workshop where goods for daily use are made by the differently-abled
Friday 9 November '12'Some of these deaths will continue this century, even if manufacture stops now''
Tuesday6 November '12Maharashtra tops list with over 225 colleges affiliated to each of its 20 universities.
Monday5 November '12R K Sinha, Atomic Energy Commission chairman, discusses Kudankulam, Jaitapur and challenges with Mihika Basu
Thursday11 October '12Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education has issued a notification that if irregularities are detected in surprise checks, it will shut down institutes affiliated to it without notice.
Monday8 October '12Companies offering employment to students who interned with them and did a good job.
Friday5 October '12Grooming undergraduate students in soft skills and research are part of the initiatives being taken by the student body of IIT Bombay.
Thursday4 October '12Such institutions will be allowed to admit double the number of students
Monday1 October '12While IIT Bombay students will soon start using Aakash 2, the tablet will be sent to 300 colleges across the country by November-end for feedback on a list final-year projects and subjects for which i...
Saturday29 September '12Exam cells or divisions across universities in Maharashtra are severely short-staffed and the requirements range from 35 at SNDT Women''s University to 350 at University of Mumbai.
Thursday27 September '12While the global downturn has hit most businesses, IIT Bombay entrepreneurs comprising former students and faculty, among others, have remained largely unaffected.
Wednesday26 September '12Over 40 per cent of Maharashtra''s coastline, 89 per cent of Karnataka''s, all of Lakshadweep''s and 83.9 per cent of Kerala''s have been affected by erosion, according to an analysis that concludes t...
Tuesday25 September '12Going against the grain, the first batch of 19 students that graduated from Centre for Excellence in Basic Sciences, Mumbai, this year has opted for a career in research.
Tuesday25 September '12However, the industry/alumni contribution is still not significant as compared to the overall funds received or sanctioned till September 2012, amounting to Rs 170.74 crore. This implies, that the uni...
Monday24 September '12Soon, "significant events" taking place during construction and commissioning of a nuclear plant will also have to be reported to Atomic Energy Regulatory Board
Wednesday19 September '12Institutes told to remove deficiencies by yearend
Tuesday18 September '12Experts and academicians in the state have sought a review of the 'no-detention'' policy under Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act, 2009.
Sunday16 September '12It amalgamates tradition with one of the greatest needs of modern times celebrating a festival woven into the city''s fabric and ensuring it does not degrade the environment.
Monday10 September '12The Atomic Energy Regulatory Board''s (AERB''s) new safety code on siting of nuclear plants will beef up norms to identify and tackle extreme events such as airplane crashes and even missile attacks.
Wednesday5 September '12India has the 14th highest infant mortality rate (IMR) among 82 developing countries, concludes a paper on "causes of infant mortality: a cross country analysis".
Monday3 September '12Can the police detain my child (a juvenile in conflict with law) in lock-up?
Friday31 August '12After trying in vain for a year, 58-year-old W S Chaudhari, a visually impaired person from Thane, could finally enroll for Aadhaar or the unique identification number project thanks to the National A...
Friday31 August '12Two papers on the findings have been published in the July and August editions of Current Science
Thursday30 August '12The State School Education and Sports Department has put a stay on a 2010 Government Resolution (GR) that asked authorities to take stringent action against unauthorised schools across Maharashtra und...
Monday27 August '12Very little is known about safety policies followed in labs of universities and colleges in India where students and staff are often exposed to hazards.